The Alps – Something I Might Regret (2008)

Genre : Indie,Rock,Post-Punk

1. Something I Might Regret
2. Not So Laughable Now
3. World At War
4. Obstacle Race
5. Curriculum Vitae
6. Goodnight Vienna
7. Hunted & Haunted
8. Last Dance
9. Without Warning
10. As It Comes
11. Eleventh Hour

Similar to less fussy post-punkers, The Police, The Smiths and Elvis Costello, the Greenwich quartet don't muck about when it comes to knocking together the kind of thorny three-minute gems that look set to barge their way into mainstream consciousness.

2006 saw the Alps release their debut single 'World at War', which became's 'Single of the week' - "A tale of yearning for that elusive loved one, it's surprisingly optimistic and stylish stuff." The track was also supported by XFM, who invited the band to record two live sessions, as well as Radio One's Steve Lamacq and Zane Lowe. The band were invited to play backstage at the Reading Festival Tiscali Showcase along with the likes of The Subways, Graham Coxon, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and The Futureheads.

The second single 'Last Dance', the triumphant Italian Tour, the prestigious Mighty Boosh Aftershow Party and the attendance of David ‘The Hoff’ Hasselhoff at a headline Koko show have seen The Alps continue to win a host of new fans along the way, so many in fact that they have secured £21,000 of backing directly from the most dedicated through, a new music website phenomenon.

Debut album 'Something I Might Regret', produced by Dave Allen (The Cure, Depeche Mode) and Mark Ralph (Filthy Dukes), is available in stores and online now.